Fullerton High School - Warrior Yearbook (Fullerton, NE)

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1963 THE WARRIOR ULLERTON HIGH SCHOO Fullerton, Nebraska n After a full day's work of shooting group pictures, there is a time when the staff can grab a bottle of pop and reorganize the day's paper work. Editor's Foreword In the pages to follow, the '63 WARRIOR Staff with the invaluable help of our sponsor Mr. Hendricks has attempted to record the day-to-day learning process, activities, and all phases of Fullerton High School life in Words and pictures. We of the staff hope that this volume will in the future provide an in- teresting reference of classmates and facul- ty who befriended and guided us through these all important and memorable years. Table of Contents Administration Classes Athletics Activities C y g y h 1 hout students gathering around the entr d g h Administration Inauguraies New Policy MR. WILLARD F. HUNZEKER Superintendent of Schools A.B., Peru State Teachers College M.S., University of Omaha The School Board of Fullerton High School was fstand- ingj Mr. Willard Hunzeker, Mr. Edmund Balasa, Mr. Jack Russell, Mr. John Brower, fseatedj Mr. Vance Bard, Mr. Bob Johnson, and Mr. Ronald Christensen, President of the Board. For Honoring Honor Roll Siudenis This year the administration of Fullerton High School made arrangements to honor all honor roll students each quar- ter at a special honor student dinner with local businessmen. The honors dinner was Well received by all concerned and pro- vided for recognition of students who have excelled scholastically. Along with the introduction of the honors dinner, the 1962-1963 school year proved to be another successful year with Mr. Willard F. Hunzeker serving his fifth year as Superintendent of the Fullerton Public Schools. Mr. Warren Dickey was also serving his fifth year as Principal of Fullerton High School. Familiar faces were to be found at all school board meetings again this year as the school board retained its same mem- bership as last year. Both Mr. Robert Johnson and Mr. Vance Bard were re- elected to three year terms at last spring's elections. MR. WARREN DICKEY Principal of Fullerton High School A.B., Doane College M.S., University of Nebraska Mrs, Margaret Leininger is the faithful secre- tary in Mr. Hunzeker's office who always has a smile and a good word for everyone. MR. CORWIN ARNDT received his B.S. de- gree from Peru State Teachers College. This year Mr. Arndt taught Biology and grade science. F.H.S. Faculty Has Five new faces appeared in the classrooms of Fullerton High School this year when Mr. Arndt, Miss Malone, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Nabity joined the faculty. With the new faculty members, the total number of teachers increased to fourteen which is one more than last year. Professional advancement is one of the many areas in which the faculty is active. Many of the instructors spent last summer doing graduate work in their teach- ing areas and were to be found doing graduate study in schools in Nebraska and Wyoming to schools in California. Most of the faculty' members are also active in the community activities. Several instructors hold offices in community organizations or are extremely active in them. Many of the faculty members are active in the churches and the instructional programs of the churches. Through their activities, the faculty has built up an im- pressive record of professional and community service. MR. RAY EHLERS received his B.S. degree from Peru State Teachers College and this year taught Industrial Arts and Physical Education and coached basketball. He also co- sponsored F Club. MR. JERRY BECKMANN received his A.B. degree fromPeru State Teachers College. Besides being assistant coach in football, basketball, and track, he taught Mathematics and Physical Education. He also sponsored the Freshman Class. 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ELMER MILLER received his B.S. degree from the University of Nebraska. Mr. Miller taught Vocational Agri- culture and sponsored the Future Farmers of America. MR. VIRGIL NABITY received his teaching certificate from St. Benedict's College. Mr. Nabity taught Chemistry, General Science, and General Math besides co-sponsoring the Junior Class. Rates High MRS. DORIS WRAGGE receivedher A.B.degreefrom Peru State Teachers College. She taught all the courses in the Commercial Department this year and was the Senior Class co-sponsor. MR, EARL VESKERNA receivedhis A.B. de- gree from Nebraska Wesleyan University. Mr. Veskerna taught in the fields of Mathe- matics and Physics and directed the Senior Class play. MR. GARY YOST received his A.B. degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University. He di- rected the vocal and instrumental music pro- grams and also sponsored the Sophomore Class this year. Miss Malone finds that her turn has come for her tuberculin test. tudenis Get Actua' xperience Roger Wozny and Ron Lesiak are busy building a frame for a farm building in Voc.-Ag. Class. A group of observing Home Economics girls are planning flatware for their future homes. 1- fu -ff--' i ,.,. f--f.-f,., i , -f-f. . , few:-, ,..-.-f.,. i, 0- me .f-.::mwiQw1fnsulunmw :im Q- ni '-f. - fe.-W,:w:fif-me .M-:ir fy -i-- msiwfsewuufmnw mum: i .err-wi-ff:-1 .M .fi N, in Commercial and Vocational Classes The vocational and commercial areas of study are designed in such a fashion as to give the students actual experience. In Home Economics and Vocational Agricul- ture the students combine both in-class situations and learning procedures with class and individual projects. The students studying in these areas learn how to use correctly the tools which are available be- sides the correct care of the tools. ln- dustrial Arts is another area which is closely related to the above-mentioned fields of study. In both beginning and ad- vanced woodworking the students study the tools, their use and care, and learn to take pride in the finished projects. The Commercial Department pro- vides for another area in which the stu- dents gain vast amounts of experience. Typing, Office Practice, Shorthand, and Bookkeeping are all offered to the stu- dents who wish to gain a working knowl- edge of any one of these fields. This year the Commercial Department taughta number of classes for adults in the community who were in- terested in the areas of typing, bookkeeping, and shorthand. Students in Industrial Arts Class learn to set BO0kkeeP1H2 Students Often Spendhoufs out of a splice between two porous surfaces. C13SS W0I'k1Hg Pfacflce Sets 12 tudents Take Active Roll In English Class, Treva Baker, Morris McIntyre and Ilolani Wlpndercheck portray the "Sleepwa1king scene from ac et ." One of the new twists to add interest in this year's senior English class was having students prepare sections of plays and other Works for originality and extra credit. This year, seniors studied devel- opment, interpretation, and application of English literature. One of the more interesting phases of speech class is the section on demon- stration talks. The speech course begins with short impromptu speeches andworks toward the goal of an eight to ten minute prepared oration. Mr. Yost is occupied several hours during each day and after school in tutoring future band students in music application. ln American History, students become acquainted with the development of our United States. They also discuss the fund- amentals of the practices that are used today in democracy. All students are free to use the library to supplement class instruction. Studious sophomores employ the re- sources of the library to prepare outside reports. in Language, Arts, and ocial cience Mr. Yost listens as Judy Schweitz receives a per- sonal lesson. Bev Knowles demonstrates teasing the hair as accomplice, Lynda Lucy, listens. As class participates in an open discussion, Cheryl Farrar locates important develop- mental points. , 14 ludenls Meet Challenge While Taking Dean Bard and Patsy Voichahoske complete a typical Trigonometry problem. For students enrolled in college prepara- tory courses, many complex mathematics and upper lab sciences are required. Freshmen may begin by enrolling in Algebra and pro- gressing to Trigonometry. Among the sciences, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry furnish practical student lab experiences to parallel knowledge presented in textbooks. ln Biology, the study of plants and animals, students learn by first hand dissection of both. In Physics, the study of matter and energy, students become familiar with the forces that govern these compo- nents while Chemistry deals with the forms of matter and the changes which they under- go. Embarking upon a fish dissection are Walt Zumbrunn and Mick Uzendoski while John Swertzic completes a drawing. a ei+mnawm Mathematics and Science Courses Mr. Beckmann looks on as his students attack an algebra problem. Students in Chemistry prepare to use the microscope to examine laboratory- created crystals. The inquisitive Physics students prepare for a project in pendulum study. Drivers Ed. Physical Ed. Available io All ludenls A magnetic traffic board helps Driver's Training students visualize traffic hazards in the classroom. Agility and nimbleness are required of physical edu- cation students as they play a variation of volleyball. Biweekly exercises, including calisthenics and sports, keep physical education students fit. l :withinawvwiaywswaiai. naw,-was an:awmaywi:-vi:Wad-'lm-.:sw:-Q--lags wail -fa- M-at l,f,-- i .. a-,- ,, ,,., t,,i . ,, ,.,, ,L ., ax wr s if a 4 3 ...., ,h., i . ,tm ,,,,..x,. .-,- ,,,.,iii:,i.,,i.w7,,.M-i,.i t,,,- lt-fu.,,ata---MQf,l.xxum: ,,,f ,azf.-My-itfxywszhfaxwmaalmaazmaas24NewKmQwwfYwemamaweawmmwiumzmswmt- a-rw:wiisiamiealwwt Classes 2 si L5 gf? 5 sg wg if 4 ,w l 1? 5,5 'SQ 5 ,S x i One of the highlights of the first week of school was the freshman dance sponsored by the seniors as illustrated in the above picture. Wragge Elected One of the larger classes to gradu- ate from Fullerton High School, the class of 1963, showed great promise scholasti- cally. One third of the class was eligible to participate in the Regents examination. Some of the projects used to raise money for the trip to Chicago were the fol- lowing: The Sadie Hawkins Dance, baby picture contest, the coat check stand at the basketball games, concessions at games, and the Senior Class play, "Girl Crazy." Giving the seniors assistance in mak- ing the last year a memorable one were Mrs. Wragge and Mr. Dickey. JOHN WRAGCE Class President 4, Boys' Glee 2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2, Football 2-3-4, Lettered 2-3-4, Basketball 2, Track 2-4, Class Play 3-4. PATRICIA VOICHAHOSKE Class Vice-President 4, Girls' Glee 2-3-4, F.H.A. l-2-3-4, Historian 2, President 3, Pep Club 2-3, Class Play 3-4, Annual Staff 4, Finalist in National Merit Exams. JIM BOURN Class Secretary 4, Basketball I-2-3, Lettered 3, Track 1-2, F-Club 3-4, Junior Class Play 3. DON WHITNEY Class Treasurer 2-4, Band 2-3-4, Boys' Glee l, Mixed Chorus l, Basketball l, Track l, F.F.A. 1-2- 3-4, Vice-President 4, State F.F.A. Band 3, Student Council 4, Secretary 4, Class Play 3-4, Annual Staff 4. GARY ANDERSON Boys' Glee l-2-3, Basketball 2-3, Track l-2. TREVA BAKER Band 1-2-3-4, Girls' Glee l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4, F.H.A. l-2, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-2-3-4, Vice-President 4, Area Recorder 4, Student Council 4, Class Play 3-4, An- nual Staff 4, Girls' State 3. DEAN BARD Class President l-3, Band l-2, Boys' Glee l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4, Madrigal l-2-3-4, Boys' Quar- tette 3, Boys' Octette 3-4, Bass Quartette 2, Mixed Quintette 3, Basketball l-2-3-4, Lettered 3, Track l-2-3, Lettered 3, F-Club 3-4, Student Council 4, Class Play 3, Boys' State 3. enior Prexy MARC BAUE Football 4, Lettered 4, Track 3-4, F-Club 4, F.F.A. 3. DIANA BLACK Band l-2-3-4, Majorette l-2-3-4, Girls' Glee 1-2- 3-4, Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4, Madrigal 2-3-4, Girls' Triple Trio l-2, Girls' Octette 3-4, Girls' Trio 3, State Music Clinic 4, F.I-LA. l-2-3-4, Treasurer 3, Song Leader 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-2-3-4, Parliamentarian 4, Student Council 1-2-3-4, President 4, Class Play 4. JANENE BOARDMAN Girls' Glee l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2, Majorette l-2-3, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Parliamentarian 4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Cheerleader 4, Y-Teens l-4, Class Play 4. DAN BOOMGAARDEN Band l-2-3-4, Boys' Glee 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Basket- ball l-2-3, Track l-2-3. KATHY BOSAK Vice President l, Band l-2-4, Majorette 2, Girls' Glee l-2-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-4, Madrigal 2, Triple Trio l-2, Girls' Octette 4, F.H.A. 1-2-4, Pep Club l-2-4. ROSE BREZENSKI F.H.A. 2. KEN BROWN Class Secretary-Treasurer 3, Boys' Glee 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Football l-2-3-4, Lettered 1-2-3-4, Basketball l-2, Track l-2-3, Lettered 3, F-Club 1-2-3-4, President 4, Class Play 3. Frfty two enrors Look Forward to Graduation, TERRY BROWN Band 1-2-3-4, Boys' Glee l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Madrigal l-2-3-4, Boys' Octette 4, Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2, Student Manager 1, Track l-2, Class Play 3. ARTHUR DELANCEY Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Track 4, F.F.A. 1-2-4, Class Play 3-4. LARRY DUBAS Boys' Glee 1-4, Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Track 1-2, F.F.A. l-2-3-4. DIANNA EGGLI Pep Club 3, Y-Teens l. JOYCE EGGLI girls' Glee 3-4, Pep Club 3-4, Y-Teens 4, Class Play LARRY GROTELUESCHEN Boys' Glee 4, Football l-4, Lettered 4, Student Mana- ger 2-3, Track 1-3, Student Manager 2-3, Student Council 4, F-Club 2-3-4, Vice President 4, Class Play 3-4. TERRY GROTELUESCHEN Class Vice President 3, Boys' Glee 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Boys' Octette 4, Football l-2-3-4, Lettered 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3, Student Manager 2, F-Club 2-3-4, Class Play 3-4. College, and to Then Future JANETT HARRIS Girls' Glee l, Mixed Chorus l, F.I-I.A. l-2, Y- Teens l-2-3-4, Class Play 3. SHIRLEY HAWTHORNE Girls' Glee l-3-4, Mixed Chorus l-3, Pep Club 3-4, Y-Teens l-4. JERILYN HORACEK Girls' Glee 4, F.H.A. l-2, News Reporter 2, Pep Club 2-3-4, Class Play 3. JERRY HORN Boys' Glee 2-4, Mixed Chorus 2, Football l-2-3-4, Letterecl 3, Basketball l-2-3-4, Track l-2-3, F.F.A. l-2-3-4, Sentinel 3-4, F-Club 3-4. RON JACOBSON Football 4, Basketball 4, Track 3-4, Class Play 4. BARRY KNOWLES Football l-2-3, Lettered 2-3, Basketball l-2, Track l-2-3-4, Lettered 3, Student Council 2-3-4, F-Club 2-3-4. JIM KOZAK Boys' Glee l-4, Mixed Chorus l, F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Reporter 3, Class Play 4, enuors Rause Money For, Plan, LEONARD KRZYCKI Boys' Glee 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-4, Track l-2, F.F.A. l-2-3-4, Reporter 4, Class Play 4. PATRICIA LESIAK Girls' Glee l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Vice-President 3, Student Council 3. RON LESIAK Boys' Glee 3-4, Football 3, Lettered 3, Track'2, F,F.A. l-2-3-4, Treasurer 3-4. DENNIS MCCOIG Class President 2, Boys' Glee 3-4, F-Club 2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Football l-2-3-4, Lettered2- 3-4, Basketball l-2-3, Track l-2-3, F.F.A. 1, Class Play 4. MORRIS MCINTYRE Football l-2-3-4, Lettered 2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Lettered l-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Lettered 2-3-4, F-Club 1-2-3-4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. SHERRY MCNEFF Majorette 1-2-3-4, Girls' Gleel-2-3-4,MixedChorus l-2, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Y-Teens l-2-3-4, Student Council 3-4, Secretary 3, Class Play 3. SHARON MARSHALL ' . Band 1-2-3-4, Girls' Glee 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Madrigal 2-3-4, Octette 1-2-3-4, F.H.A. 1-2, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens l-2-3-4, Class Play 3. . .,,,,, ,V Q, . .,..,l.,..,,..,.,..,, ,. , ,,.,,,,.,,m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,...,n.,,,,,,,.W.. and Complete RON MAYBON Basketball 1, Track 1, Class Play 3. ADELE MUELLER Class Treasurer 1, Band l-2-3-4, Majorette 1-2- 3-4, Girls' Glee 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Girls' Triple Trio 1-2, Girls' Octette 3-4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Song Leader 2, Parliamehtariah 3, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 4, Class Play 3-4. DARRELL RANDLES Boys' Glee 3-4, Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2, Track 1, Class Play 3. JOHN RICE Boys' Glee 3-4, Football 1-2-3-4, Lettered 2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Lettered 2-3, Track 2-3-4, Let- tered 2-3, F-Club 2-3-4. ROGALYN RUSSELL Girls' Glee 1-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-3-4, F.H.A, 1-2, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Treasurer 2, President 4, Y- Teens 1-2-3-4. DOROTHY SCHLITT Girls' Glee 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3. SHARON SIDDERS Girls' Glee 1-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-3-4, F.H.A. 1, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3. Journey to Chicago ,Jw -e re 1 5 SANDI SIMS Girls' Glee 2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2, F.H.A. 2-3-4, Pep Club 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4, Class Play 3-4. RODNEY STEVENS Football 1-2-3-4, Lettered 3-4, Track 1-2, F.F.A.1, F-Club 3-4, Class Play 4. DONNA TRAVERS Girls' Glee 1-2, F.H.A. 1, Pep Club 2. MARILYN WHITNEY Majorette 3-4, Girls' Glee 3-4, F,H.A. 1-2-3-4, Sec- retary 4, District Vice-President 4, Pep Club 1-2- 3-4, Y-Teens 1, Class Play 3-4, Annual Staff 4. CAROLYN WILLIAMS Girls' Glee 4, F.l-I.A, 1-2-3, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-4. LANA WONDERCHECK Majorette 3-4, Girls' Glee 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 1-3-4. ROGER WOZNY Class Vice President 2, Boys' Glee 2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Madrigal4, Boys' Octette 4, State Music Clinic 4, F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, President 3-4, Class Play 3-4, Boys' State Alternate, Annual Staff 4. JACQUELINE YETTER Class Secretary 1-2, Band l-2-3-4, Girls' Glee 1-2- 3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Madrigal 2-3-4, Triple Trio 1-2, Girls' Octette 3-4, Mixed Quintette 3, State Music Clinic 3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Y-Teens 1-2-3-4, Treasurer 3, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Class Play 3-4, Girls' State Alternate, Annual Staff 4. Junior Class Takes mallesi Class Honors Getting class rings was the beginning of an action-packed year for the Junior Class. The class was the smallest at Fullerton High School, and also one of the busiest. Magazine sales, led by Lynda Lucy, topped 35900 this Year. Other means of making money employed by the enterprising Junior Class were concessions at football and basketball games, and the class play. The play, "The Inner Willy," was a rousing success. Some considered it the best class play in years. Juniors will never forget the fun and worries of putting together a banquet and prom honoring the senior class. Assistance and guidance were provided by Mr. Cornelius Kelly and Mr. Virgil Nabity, sponsors of the class. The intellectual aspects of high school life were not neglected, as a large percentage of the class took the National Merit Examination in March. These arg just a few of the highlights of a truly memorable year for all concerne . Frances Akers Sherrill Anderson Val Christensen Kathryn Clark William Crawford Marcia Cuba Irene Cunningham Larry Cunningham Jacqueline Dudney Leonard Dubas Cheryl Farrar Bruce Francis Mickey Furby Joellen Gilson Patricia Govlik Mary Harris Elizabeth I-lerdzina Craig Hudiburgh Donald Johnson Junior Class Officers for 1962-62 were Val Christensen, Treasurerg Frances Akers, Secretaryg Lynda Watters, Vice President, and Ed Syslo, Presi- dent. Kathy McNeff Carol Medinger Edwin Maslonka Lavern Miller Del Rosenberry Diane Schlitt Margaret Shotkoski Robert Stopak Edward Syslo Jeannie Travers Marlene Travers Becky Trendle Jackie Underwood James Voichahoske Dennis Wagner Lynda Watters Ronald Wondercheck Sharon Zimmer Beverly Knowles Lynda Lucy Sophomore Class Excels in All chool Activities Fifty-one students were enrolled in the Sophomore Class in Fullerton High. Sophomores brought forth academic pro- ficiency as well as excellent development in leadership and athletics., The Sopho- mores sponsored a Christmas party and dance for the student body after the Fullerton-Tilden basketball game. Geometry, Bio1Ogy, English, and World History were only a few of the many courses taken by the Sophomores to develop their scholastically inclined minds. In assisting the Sophomores with their problems and undertakings, sponsor Mr. Yost, willfully donated his time, effort, and encouragement. 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Sophomores Horacek, Beaman, Christensen, and Cilson gained much val- uable experience and will be called upon next year to fill many positions left by graduation. Coaches Beckmann and Grancer pose for the staff photographer before one of the team skull sessions. as JOHN RICE All-Conference MM ff li5i3l55i5'xfi35ii5ifS3zAf 5lQi'iiSjf355i3i3373"5f. it Q'-:sw is XX :fail -wis--ffsw E Ei s , E ., . ESS? is Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton SEASON'S 0 13 7 19 RECORD Loup City Schuyler Central City Genoa Aurora Ord Seward Albion David City V JOHN WRAGGE KEN BROWN Back All-Conference Back All-Conference 9555555 s?'fSYf5ff5XFfQ?'i 3253. 'smgialiai . ask F32511XXsQ,X,Xki+?EXXi.igiiX,Q gs 5 S sXXaa2Xfw:XXeiXQXQXXSXQESQKX SQQXXXXQQHXQEQEVQ is X W S XX, .W ,X ,.,., Xlf 'mf Wailsf XgfQS.fi?EfSX5S Xss.sax.,5 X 5x :Mem df? :V X:iXXsi1XsSXsff1X?- -sXiyst,4igseS2Vf- XS 59' Q 5 X X XX Xin. X- SS it XisXiissgfXs ' XX SEQ? 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E, ,XX,, V ??iXXX:VXsfssXXs5isX mn-:ms was, XXXYXXXXXXQXXnnmwani.eXiXXXXXXX:sXXaXXXXXXXXXXsXw Warrior football hopes were given a setback this year by some of the more powerful Class B clubs in the state. The Warriors started the season against the well-balanced and powerful Loup City clan who showed their strength in a convincing victory. The next eleven to meet on the Warrior turf were from Schuyler. In this game the home tribe was dumped into a scoreless game. The Warriors came back the next week to give the Central City Bison a close game with the Bison winning in the last quarter 14-13. Genoa fell to the Warriors 7-6 in a close spir- ited game for the Warriors' only vic- tory. The Warriors found a rough road to travel against the powerful Aurora club. In this game Butch I-loracek picked up a fumble and rambled 92 yards to pay dirt. John Wragge scored on a 78 yard run on the first play of the game, and Don Johnson scored on a 34 yard pass interception. Ord left the Warriors with a 20-6 defeat along with Seward by the same score. F.H.S.'s six points against Seward came on an 88 yard punt re- turn by Marc Baue. The games with Albion and David City found an injury riddled Warrior squad that just kept on giving their best. John Wragge Q47j smashes into the Seward line for a short gain Three eniors Make All-Conference BACK ROW: Coach Jarry Crancer, Butch Horacek, Leonard Dubas, John Wragge, John Rice, Bob Stopak, Morris Mclntyre, Walt Zumbrunn, Ron Beaman, Dennis McCoig, Richard Zumbrunn, Lavern Miller, Val Christensen, Coach Beckmann. MIDDLE ROW: Art DeLancey, Terry Grotelueschen, Ron Jacobsen, Richard Rech, Rod Stevens, Craig Hudiburgh, Loren Faaborg, Galen Trosper, Russell Horst, Don Johnson, Jerry Horn, Dan Gilson, Chuck Bowman, Jim Horn. FRONT ROW: Jeff Keller, Jack Weller, Dan Horn, Dan Meyer, Les Blair, Ken Delancey, Dave Christensen, Marc Baue, Bob Lucy, Larry Cunningham, Larry Grotelueschen, Ken Brown, Del Rosenberry, Jim Rice. John Rice 1375 left two Central City players in his dust as he twisted, ran, and scored the first six points of the game. Morris Mclntyre 1125 had his hands full against the Schuyler eleven while attempting a pass. John Wragge Q47j throws a block in an attempt to provide protection. . Long Runs Provide Excitement John Wragge, John Rice, and Butch Horacek provide blocking protection as Morris McIntyre puts his toe into the pigskin. 36 f Ehlers Serves Third Year as Head Coach Coach Jerry Beckmann joined the coaching staff this year while serving his third as a member of the F.I-LS. faculty. Coach Ray Ehlers resumed his third season as the head basketball tutor. The coaches had to form practically a whole new team after last year's team was riddled through graduation. As the season progressed, a number of sophomores gained poise and earned good berths on the varsity. This is in evidence of the six sophomores who earned the right to wear the varsity suits. Two Juniors earned varsity berths along with five seniors. Student managers for this year's basketball team were Larry Grotelueschen and John Wragge. Basketball Coaches Ray Ehlers and Jerry Beckmann get suits ready for one of the home games. John Rice Q25 goes in for a two pointer in the Newman Grove game. WARRIOR RECORD Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Neligh Seward Genoa Tilden Central City Genoa Albion Tilden David City Newman Grove Central City Albion St. Edward Ord Schuyler Aurora St. Paul Loup City ophomores Gain Varsity Berths Inexperience hindered the Warrior round- ballers throughout the season this year as the F..H.S. Varsity won five and dropped thirteen. The Warriors dropped the Neligh and Seward road games and played the Genoa five in a thrill- ing 39-42 overtime game. The next home game found the Warriors over Tilden 60-49, but the Central City club fired back with a 38-63 win. The lVl.B.N. Tournament at Albion matched Genoa against Fullerton again and this time the Warriors won 42-35. The semifinals with Albion and runner-up spot proved to be the Warrior's undoing. The following three games after the tourna- ment failed to produce a wing but in a regu- lar season game with Albion, the Warrior quin- tet found the hoop for a 52-48 win. St. Edward went the way of Albion, but the Ord game had a different story. In a rough game with Schuyler the Warriors came out on top 62-50. The last games with Aurora, St. Paul, and Loup City, pitted the Warriors against three fine-shooting clubs who furnished three losses. Ron Jacobsen, Dan Gilson, Dave Christensen. KNEEL- ING: Student Managers, Larry Grotelueschen and John Wragge, Reserves Form Backbone For the Future Sophomore Ron Beaman 1405 stretches out to snag a rebound while Dean Bard 1305 attempts to help in the Loup City game. Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton Fullerton RESERVE RECORD 47 Neligh 40 Seward 70 Genoa 38 Tilden 46 Central City 45 David City 48 Newman Grove 50 Central City 36 Albion 50 St. Edward 48 Ord 50 Schuyler 34 Aurora 51 St. Paul 43 Loup City FROSH RECORD 46 Albion 60 Aurora 53 Spalding Academy 51 Albion 39 St. Paul 6l Spalding Academy 59 Central City 6l Aurora 66 Central City TOURNAMENT 55 Albion 46 Central City RESERVE TEAM: BACK ROW: John Wragge,TomPullen,Chuck Bowman, Galen Trosper, Val Christensen, Mick Uzendosk' B'll C fo d L F b B h H k l h C h B k 1, 1 raw r , oren aa org, utc orace , Larry Grote uesc en, oac ec mann. FRONT ROW: Ron Wondercheck, Dan Meyer, Dan Bourn, Dave Christensen, Jack Weller, Dan Gilson, Forrest Mueller, Jeff Keller, Ted Harris. 40 Frosh Take econd in Tournament FRESHMAN SQUAD: BACK ROW:JeffKe11er,Jack Weller Loren Faaborg Jack Kramer Richard Rech Francis Morgan, Ken Delancey, Coach Beckmann FRONT ROW Jon Boomgaarden Mike Bosak Dan Meyer, Bob Lucy, Leslie Blair, Dan Horn Harold Wondercheck John Rice 5305, Ron Jacobsen f34j, and Dean Bard Q 05 put on a three way squeeze against a Newman Grove player while after a rebound, ln the "B" team game with Newman Grove Dave Christensen fires a shot for two. 1962 TRACK SQUAD: BACK ROW: Coach Grancer, John Lesiak, Morris Mclntyre, Mick Uzendoski, Mike Drew, Ron Beaman, Wayne Gleason, Dean Bard, Steve Leininger, Chuck Bowman, Terry Russell, Barry Knowles, John Rice. FRONT Returning Letiermen Bolster Last year's track squad tallied its points together for a co-championship trophy in the MBN Conference with St. Edward and placed third in the Central Ten Conference Meet. Only three seniors aided in last year's re- cords and this year their positions are being filled by freshmen and sophomores. This year the schedule has several new meets replacing meets which have been dis- continued. The Kearney AAU Indoor Meetwill attract the Warrior thinclads as well as the Kearney Invitational Meet. Prospects look good for a successful track year with many returning lettermen and new squad members to bolster the weak po- sitions. Six sophomores show much promise along with several freshmen who should be of great value to this year's juniors and seniors. Coach Jerry Grancer gives Craig Hudiburgh pointers on his form in the blocks. ROW: Bob Stopak, Tom Pullen, LeRoy Dierks, Don Johnson Dave Christensen, Dennis Voichahoske, Ken Brown, Butch Horacek, Craig Hudiburgh. lf--f Itf,.fz:.mW.:1,11:1111-W.: -,.,.. ., ...Q-,lima-fi,-V, -wrt. , :,,A,,k,,1, f1,,,s,M rw A .yfi Q-aw ,Z.f::fxmw.m.M:,if:,,m1a,4fmmr:-:www Mavww:fw,,wp.scum-f:.smw:.nansi.wm:r:.swtfszwfisgg-:-:MM awfwez-vm:-fawz.s1.1.:ww.f.7 -47 wwfwasn.-w1mw.-- -4 .f-f , afsmsimws-1.wi.fw-atatmnwzii- -Mm..w.ww.w-fum, F.H.S. Track quad 1963 TRACK SCHEDULE Kearney AAU Indoor Meet Fullerton-Palmer Dual Fullerton-St. Edward Dual Fullerton-Wood River Dual Fullerton-Genoa-Clarks Triangular MBN Conference Meet Kearney Invitational Newman Grove-Fullerton Dual Central "IO" Conference Meet District Track Meet State Meet The championship 880 relay team of the 1962 season had Terry Russell, Barry Knowles, Craig Hudiburgh, and Morris Mclntyre sharing honors. Another crack championship team of Mike Drew, Wayne Gleason, Dean Bard, and John Rice won the 1962 MEN mile relay. 43 John Rice and Craig Hudiburgh clear the hurdles in a dual meet in which they took the first two places. Freshmen, Sophomores Provide Added Depth Craig Hudiburgh and Barry Knowles complete a baton hand-off in one of their 880 relay runs. 44 LeRoy' Dierks was one of the school's rnilers last year as a freshman. ef .gs If AM- . lvlfies ff... , ffm, . Eng., IffE2'7s, H 'Bm ,, S . E I 5 w 'kigwq as 'Hi 'Mi f ' .. 53-52.555 Quay is -saw? .sf -. 3 ..fmefq,,, 1-r . -- f Me. 9. ff .ui . M fgfggwvfn sh. ,fgwgw , . --. .vs .gf , iwgfffwfanpzfgzgwwgifszamz1,fffM+fmfifiifgwzfzsfffwfff . M ff f-.1 .Q 4 W5 ,w M an .. ,M W -MS: ffmyw 25 55 3 H2315 5.55 '7 S fl, 4 2, z zgi fwis ia?-Sf S ufi: -Q fr3f,f'sv2, i ff Wai ga fini R flaw ilgifnf. ? L Q, 25131 w e 2 Z 1? 5 sf 25 2 mu, swag gli i g f f S , H 1 ' ey F w. 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Y A , 2 X I Q . fi gif, S G IS the ost Po a Pu Hnual 131- a J u1'1i Ctivit . nior e P1-Om chool . 45 Waiters and waitresses were STANDING: Kathy McNeff, Leonard Dubas, Don Johnson, Cheryl Farrar, Lynda Lucy, Lavern Miller, Frances Akers, Ron Wondercheck, Val Christensen. SEATED: Diane Schlitt, Lynda Watters. Juniors Present "Fantasy of the ea" Pictured are dancers enjoying thepleasant music Playing enjoyable organ music for of "The Harmonicatsl' the banquet is Miss Jacque Yetter. 5 n ? Q E i E i 5 E i , s E S Q n 3 h7 r,nr1n1.fq,.f,:fansfy, -f.- ,- ,--' if,I'MQ-nfinfawewslesslersxezssnvsssnsz Juniors Present Hit Class Play The members of the Junior Class put on the three act comedy "The Inner Willy" by Bettye Knapp. The play was about the well-behaved, likable boy named Willoughby Adams who was the "baby" of his three old maid aunts. The fun starts when Willy's aunts line him up with adate with the unattractive girl next door. Then the Inner Willy shows up a n d c h a n g e s Willoughby into a man and gets him to stand on his own two feet. TOP: Willoughby, Val Christensen, feels ill after seeing Inner Willy, Don Johnsong but Willoughby's three aunts, Irene Cunningham, Jeannie Travers, and Lynda Watters think that Willoughby is seeing things. RIGHT: Mike, Del Rosenberry, gets the once-over by the Inner Willy. LOWER LEFT: Willoughby is forced by his aunts to ask the unattractive girl next door, Marybelle, played by Jacque Dudney for a date. LOWER RIGHT: Aunt Louise, L. Watters, asks Willy about remains of the Inner1Willy as Willy is about to leave for a date with Carol Martin, Beverly Know es. , ,,l,,,, h,,,,,,,,, I ,.,,,, , 3, ,,,,,,,,, , .,.. ...,,, ,M .nt,, .. . .. . Treva Baker Named Homecoming Queen Rogalyn Russell, President of the Pep Club, crowned Miss Treva Baker as the 1962 Foot- ball Homecoming Queen during the Fullerton- Aurora half time. The attendants to the Home- coming Queen Were Dorothy Schlitt, Marilyn Whitney, Janene Boardman, and Sandra Sims. All of the young ladies were active Seniors in the activities of F,H.S. After the rain marred the football game, the Queen and her attendants were honored at the annual Homecoming Dance. Rogalyn Russell escorts cheerleader Treva Baker to the Fullerton sidelines after crowning her Homecoming Queen. Dorothy Schlitt, Marilyn Whitney, Queen Treva Baker, Janene Boardman, and Sandra Sims prepare for the reception line at the Homecoming Dance. , - M -,,- ww ,,,,i. eiwmv1.- 1 .X, mlm, , Boardman Tabbed as Basketball Queen Miss Janene Boardman was crowned as the l963 Basketball Queen at F-Club Dance held after the final game of the season. The Basketball Queen is selected from the senior girls who are members of the Pep Club. From this list the basketball players select five girls and then vote for the queen. Rogalyn Russell, Sandra Sims, Dorothy Schlitt, and Marilyn Whitney were the other four candidates for the honor. Each of the five girls was active in the Pep Club and its activities. MISS JANENE BOARDMAN, 1963 Basketball Queen ef VZ ,1 1 Black and Wozny Crowned Sweetheart and Beau An afternoon was spent in beautifully preparing surroundings and atmosphere for the annual F.F.A.-F.I-LA. dance. Mid- way through the evening attention was fo- cused on Miss Janice Whitney and Mr. Terry Twiestmeyer, r eturning l 9 6 2 Sweetheart and Beau, as they crowned the 1963 royalty. Diana and Roger have served four contributive years in their respec- tive organizations. Among other offices in previous years, Diana has served a s F.I-LA. song leader this year. Roger has accepted the responsibilities of F.F.A. president for two years. Seated on the throne are the royal couple, Diana Black and Roger Wozny. ' Pictured are candidates for the title of Sweetheart and Beau: Ron Lesiak, Don Whitney, Leonard Krzycki, Jerry Horn, Beau Roger Wozny, Sweetheart Diana Black, Pat Lesiak, Janene Boardman, Marilyn Whitney, Patsy Voichahoske. 50 Among the many services pro- vided by the Student Council this year was the badly needed conces- sion stand which they erected at the football field. The stand was used by all organizations. Mr. Dickey sponsored the Weekly meetings and many activities throughout the year. Two of the most popular of these activities were the hot soup machine which provided hot lunches for many students and the pop machine. The annual Career Day and College Night was held in October for Fullerton, Genoa, and Belgrade High School students. Diana Black, President of the Student Council, was assisted by Don Johnson, the Vice-President. Other officers Were Don Whitney, Sec- retary, and Jacque Yetter, Treas- urer. The Freshman class elects one representative to the Student Coun- cil. From the sophomore class, one representative is elected and one is carried over. Likewise the Junior class has three and the Senior class has four. The vice-president of each other organization is also included as a member. Students Art Delancy, Pat Voichahoske, and Janene Boardman confer with Mr. Horner during one of the College Night conferences. tudent Council Provides Concession iand B a r r y Kn ow 1 e s, Ly n n B ak e r, Sh e r ry M CN e ff, Bard, Treva Baker, Judy Fredrickson, Jeannie Travers, Larry Grotelueschen, Dave Christensen, Jacque Yetter, Beverly Knowles, Jody Gilson. Don Johnson, Diana Black, Don Whitney, Mr. Dickey, Dean .Z IES f Kathy Zaruba and her father Mr. Robert Zaruba are twisting up a storm in the dance contest held at the F H.A. s Daddy Date Night. , BACK ROW: Susan Gilson, Lana Cunningham, Jo-Ann Voichoske, Jennifer Cunningham, Karen Nelson, Marcia Cuba, Cheryl Farrar, Micki Furby, Jacque Dudney, Janice Tarnick, Sherry McNeff, Sandra Sims, Kathy Bosak, Gerri Boardman, Sandra Bard, Susan Black, Patricia Voichahoske, Kathy Wozny, Judy Schweitz. THIRD ROW: Lana Wondercheck, Lynn Baker, Phyllis Maybon, Cheryl Milby, Roberta Smoyer, Kathy Nichols, Jennifer Tarnick, Cynthia Nevils, Madalyn McNeff, Patricia S c h 1 i tt, M a r g a r e t Shotkoski, Adele Mueller, Juanita Prososki, Mary Randall, Daddy Date Night Big Hit For F.H.A. Irene Cunningham assumed the duty of overseeing the many activities of the Future Homemakers of America this year. Among the first of her tasks was overseeing the erection of a booth at the Nance County Fair. The sixty-four members of the or- ganization enjoyed the slumber party at the beginning of the year, and later brought their fathers for entertainment at the Daddy Date Night. Members took turns making up dis- plays for the club bulletin board, and all cooperated in the Christmas candy sale. Ad- ditional funds were made available by handl- ing of concessions for two games and cook- book sales, With the F.F.A., they sponsored the annual Sweetheart-Beau Dance. The year was not all fun, however, as the girls also took part in several self- improvement projects, especially the indi- vidual Family Unity projects, a panel on "Marriage Calls for Preparation," and the style show of Home Economics projects held in conjunction with installation of new of- ficers. Community service was not neglected, either, as the girls helped with the Bundles for Children clothing drive, and canvassed the town on Halloween for UNICEF, and on Heart Sunday. They were ably assisted in all their projects by Miss Malone, club spon- sor, . Patty Jarecke, Mary Lesiak, Sally Zaruba, Nancy Cunningham, Jeannie Anderson, Kelsey Hudiburgh.SECOND ROW: Joyce Tallon, Judy Fredrickson, Barbara Kozak, Patricia Lesiak, Judi Nash, Diane Schlitt, Alicia Voichahoske, Catherine Jarecke, Donna Plumbtree, Judy Frodyma, Connie Horn, Denene Shotkoske, Virginia Clark, Dorothy Schlitt, Linda Hadfield, Judy Dickinson, Carla Baker. SEATED: Kathy McNeff, Diana Black, Kathy Zaruba, Janene Boardman, Irene Cunningham, Jeannie Travers, Marilyn Whitney, Diana Bone, Miss Malone. xa X 3 2 .K -fi In-Q::,.:f1t::t:v:s: 15, wa.:115:-is-:msnisisisisasareft-fm.sims.Mz,1u,11m-1s:1m1,g is ag svwswawafww THIRD ROW: Richard Rech, Loren Faaborg, James Kozak, Dennis Wagner, Walter Zumbrunn, Jack Kramer, Richard Zumbrunn, Theodore Micek, Russell Horst, Leonard Dubas, Thomas Lesiak, Larry Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Larry Farrar, Art Delancy, Dan Horn, Leslie Blair, Larry Francis, Francis Bialas, John Swertzic, Leonard Brezenski, John F.F.A. Promotes afeiy F.F.A. boys Don Whitney and Art Delancy work at concessions to earn money for various activities. Zimmer, Larry Dubas, James Beck. FIRST ROW: Gary Medinger, Brian Wozny, Paul Kozak, Douglas Nitzel, Randy Hawthorne, LeRoy Dierks, Jim Horn, John Bruna, Howard Knapp, James Knopik, Eugene Whitney. SEATED: Mr. Miller, Leonard Krzycki, Don Whitney, Roger Wozny, Bruce Francis, Ronald Lesiak, Jerry Horn. and Leadership Program The Fullerton F.F.A. Chapter started their year off by sponsoring a watermelon feed for the freshmen in the fall to acquaint them with the F.F.A. and followed a few weeks later by a hayrack ride. The Chapter is promoting a strong safe- ty and leadership program this year along with introduction of new livestock purchased and added to the existing program. The highlights of the safety program are hunt- ing, driving, farm, and cornpicking safety. ln leadership, tryouts were plentiful for entrance into District Creed and Public Speaking Contest. Manual contests and F,F.A. spelldowns were held often during the year. The Chapter had three State Farmer Ap- plicants and four State F.F.A. Band appli- cants. These two fields of F.F,A. interest were displayed at the State Convention in Lincoln. The year was completed by holding the annual Banquet where accomplishments were stated and outstanding members were hon- ored. 53 This year new Pep Club uniform sparked interest in the high schoc girls and Warriorette membershi' soared to an all-time high of ove eighty members. The purpose of th pep organization is not only to yel for the athletic teams at home an away games, but also to promote feeling of school spirit and -develo qualities of leadership and sportsman ship. Any girl in the high school stu dent body is eligible for membershi upon payment of dues. The highlight of the organizational year are the spon soring of the annual Homecoming danc during football season and the danc honoring basketball royalty during th basketball season. This year's officer were Rogalyn Russell, Presiden' Jacque Yetter, Vice Presidentg Jod Gilson, Secretary Q Carla Baker, Treas urerg and Mrs. Richard Knowles, fat: ulty sponsor. Mr. Kelly looks on and instructs his juniors on erection of their homecoming site. This ac- tivity gives other students an opportunity to , help the Pep Club develop school spirit. 2 Pep Club Dons New Uniforms BACK ROW: Joyce Eggli, Margaret Shotkoske, Betty Dubas, Susan Black, Sandra Bard, Irene Cunningham, Kathleen Zaruba, Micky Furby, Jerri Boardman, Shirley Hawthorne, Jacque Dudney, Mary Harris, Marlene Travers, Janice Tarnick, Kathleen Bosak, Sandra Sims, Sherry McNeff, Cheryl Farrar, Sherrill Anderson, Lana Cunningham, Sharon Marshall, Kathy McNeff, Jerilyn Horacek. MIDDLE ROW: Frances Akers, Connie Horn, Karen Knopik, Barbara Delancey, Ruth Russell, Janett Harris, Madalyn McNeff, Jennifer Tarnick, Roberta Smoyer, Jackie Underwood, Barbara Boardman, Carolyn Williams, Mary Randall, Cynthia Nevils, Patricia Schlitt, Adele Mueller, Kathleen Miller, Nancy Cunningham, Susan Gilson, Jeanne Anderson, Kathleen Boardman, Catherine J arecke, Bonnie Cunnin ham. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Whitney, Delsa Swanson, Siaron Sidders, Judy Fredrickson, Dorothy Schlitt, Phyllis Maybon, Lynn Baker, Lana Wondercheck, Rebecca Trendle, Diane Schlitt, Judi Frodyma, Kelsey Hudiburgh, Carol Watters, Judi Dickenson, Diana Black, Linda Hadfield, Joyce Tallon, Donna Plumbtree. SEATED: Jody Gilson, Jacque Yetter, Mrs. Knowles, Rogalyn Russell, Carla Baker. a 4 2 E X Q X 1 i The F.H.S. Cheerlea.ders, varsity and reserve, were chosen by a board comprised of faculty members ap- pointed by the administration, Pep Club sponsor and president, coaches and F- Club president, the high school princi- pal and Treva Baker, head cheerlead- er. These girls were selected on their ability to lead yells and project an over-all feeling of enthusiasm to the student body. The same scholastic standards apply to the cheerleaders as apply to those participants in athletics. This year selections made by the board resulted in one of the finest cheer- leading squads in past years. Ability alone did not determine their success but was coupled with strenuous practice sessions and a great deal of original- ity which produced a number of new yells, all of which was undertaken in their own time. The varsity cheerleaders for'o2-63 are Lynda Lucy, Beverly Knowles, Lynda Watters, Treva Baker, and Janene Boardman. Judy Schweitz, Karen Nelson, Sally Zaruba, and Lyla Harris are the reserve cheerleaders. The 1962-'63 Fullerton High School Band Members Attend Band Festivals BAND PERSONNEL FLUTES: Jacque Yetter, Judy Fredrickson, Sally Kramer, Pam Palmer, Ruth Akers. OBES: Diana Black, Karen Agostine. CLAR- INETS: Adele Mueller, Jean Travers, Karen Nelson, Gail Faaborg, Judy Dickinson, Delsa Swanson, Joyce Tallon, Janice Tarnick, Barbara Delancey. ALTO CLARlNET:Treva Baker. BASS CLARINET: Sharon Marshall. ALTO SAXES: Don Whitney, Carla Baker, Kathy Christenson, Denene Shotkoski, Terry Baker. TENOR SAX: Madalyn McNeff. BAR- ITONE SAX: Jean Anderson. CORNETS: Jon Boomgaarden, Ron Beamen, Eugene Whitney, Mike Gloor, Danny Myers, Ron Delaney, Carol Watters, Kay Dawson, Howard Knapp. HORNS: 'Susan Black, Dan Boomgaarden, Elaine Myers, Verona Boomgaarden. This year thirty-eight band members under the direction of Mr. Gary Yost took part in the march- ing and concert band seasons. This year the band participated in the Melody Round-Up at Hastings, Nebraskag the Harvest of Harmony at Grand Island, Nebraskag and the annual band clinic. In addition to the out-of-town public appearances, the band made public appearances at all the home football games. From the bandpersonnel mem- bers for the Pep Band were selected. The Pep Band had a busy year play- ing for all the pep rallies and the home basketball games. Marching Band and Concert Band Twirlers for this year were Diana Black, Marilyn Whitney, Adele Mueller, Lana Wondercheck, Sherry McNeff. The two young twirl- ers kneeling are Debbie Nesbitt and Jacque Robertson. BOYS' OCTETTE BACK ROW: Chuck Bowman, Lavern Miller, Terry Brown, Ronnie Beaman, Dean Bard. FRONT ROW: Terry Grotelueschen, Roger Wozny, Jon Boomgaarden. MIXED CHORUS BACK ROW: Irene Cunningham, Kathy Zaruba, Jacque Dudney, Lynda Lucy, Loren Faaborg, Dan Boomgaarden, Val Christensen, Terry Brown, Dean Bard. THIRD ROW: Judy Schweitz, Betty Dubas, Karen Nelson, Kathy McNeff, Treva Baker, Kenny Brown, Donald Johnson, Bob Lucy. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Maybon, Dorothy Schlitt, Roberta Smoyer, Adele Mueller, Kathy Wozny, Mike Bosak, Danny Meyer. FRONT ROW: Mr. Yost, Linda Hadfield, Joyce Tallon, Judy Dickinson, Diana Black, Carol Watters, Becky Trendle, Frances Akers. , ,. . . --ll fr,-:M -rl-frm , tv anna-1 :.fzzwmz-:fzwfwz:mn wlwu11a,.mzi 1f,r- N l. m . at- uu-1 v1 m 4 xi Chorus Participates in Choral Clinic Sixty-five members from the boys' and girls' glee club were chosen to participate in mixed chorus after trying out., The music department this year again pre- sented its Christmas concert and spring concert giving all music groups an opportunity to perform before the public. This year the Fullerton chorus attended the Albion Choral Clinic for the eighteenth consecutive year. Four chorus members attended and represented Fullerton at the State Music Clinic held at Norfolk, The students that attended were: Diana Black, Beverly Knowles, Lavern Miller, and Roger Wozny. Jac ue Yetter also attended State Clinic participating in theclaand section. All chorus members, if they desire, may try out for membership in the small groups. These groups sing for local civic groups, Women s Club, and contest. These small groups hold rehearsals after school hours and participating is the responsibility of each of the mem- ers. Mr. Yost devotes and donates his time before and after school hours to counseling, guiding, and rehearsing these small groups. Membership in either the boys' or girls' glee club is open to all students who enjoy singing vocal music. In these classes vocalists are taught fundamentals and interpretation of the rudiments of choral music. Some of the vocalists use the knowledge they have gained to sing solos for contest and other leadership activities. MADRIGAL BACK ROW: Dean Bard, Ronnie Beaman, Terry Brown. FOURTH ROW: Lavern Miller, Chuck Bowman, Roger Wozny. THIRD ROW: Bev Knowles, Jon Boomgaarden, Judy Schweitz. SEC-- OND ROW: Susan Black, Sharon Marshall, Jacque Yetter. FRONT ROW: Karen Nelson, Roberta Smoyer, Frances Akers, Diana Black, MIXED CHORUS BACK ROW: Ronnie Beaman, Lavern Miller, Chuck Bowman Roger Wozny Jon Boomgaarden Madalyn McNeff Bonnie Galen Trosper, Butch Horacek, Jody Gison, Bev Knowles Cunningham Jackie Underwood Judy Frodyma Sally Kathy Bosak, Marcia Cuba. THIRD ROW: Jack Weller Zaruba Jeannie Anderson FIRST ROW Lynn Baker Terry Groteluechen, Dave Christensen, Linda Aldrich Patricia Lesiak Diane Schlitt Jeanne Travers Carla Sharon Marshall, Patricia Schlitt, Lynda Watters Rogalyn Baker Russell, Jacque Yetter., SECOND ROW: James Voichahoske Bob Lucy, LeRoy Dierks, Jerry Horn, Donald Johnson, GIRLS' GLEE , BACK ROW: Patty Schlitt, Sandra Bard, Susan Black, Sharon Marshall, Linda Aldrich, Cheryl Farrar, Marica Cuba, Shirley Hawthorne, Kathy Bosak, Sandra Sims, Janice Tarnick, Jody Gilson, Lynda Lucy, Bev Knowles, Jacque Dudney, Kathy Zaruba, Sherry McNeff, Irene Cunningham, Gerri Boardman, Diana Bone, Treva Baker, Jennifer Cunningham, Barbara Francis. THIRD ROW: Karen Nelson, Barbara Boardman, Madalyn McNeff, Kathleen Miller, Ruth Russell, Mary Randall, Judy Schweitz, Betty Dubas, JoAnne Voichoski, Patsy Voichakoske, Rogalyn Russell, Lynda Watters, Sherrill Anderson, Carolyn Williams, Patty Jarecke, Lana Cunningham, Jacque Yetter, Susan Gilson, Katherine Wozny, Bonnie Cunningham, Adele Mueller, Jackie Underwood, Kathy McNeff. SECOND ROW: Barbara Delancey, Linda Hadfie1d,Donna Plumbtree, Connie Horn, Alicia Voichahoske, Nancy Cunningham, Judi Frodyma, Phyllis Maybon, Cheryl Milby, Cynthia Nevils, Jerilyn Horacek, Sally Zaruba, Dorothy Schlitt, Joyce Eggli, Jeanne Anderson, Kelsey Hudiburgh, Lynn Baker, Lana Wondercheck, Karen Knopik, Barbara Wozniak, Becky Trendle, Janene Boardman. FIRST ROW: Marilyn Whitney, Judy Fredrickson, Barbara Kozak, Diana Black, Denene Shotkoske, Lila Harris, Jennifer Tarnick, Frances Akers, Kathy Nichols, Patricia Lesiak, Catherine Jarecke, Carol Watters, Diane Schlitt, Jeannie Travers, Judy Dickinson, Carla Baker, Joyce Tallon, Roberta Smoyer, Mary Lesiak. Mr. Yost. GIRLS' OCTETTE BACK ROW: Jody Gilson, Bev Knowles, Kathy Bosak. SECOND ROW: Jacque Yetter, Sharon Marshall. FIRST ROW: Adele Mueller, Diana Black, Frances Akers. BOYS' GLEE BACK ROW: Dean Bard, -Dennis McCoig, Ronnie Beaman, Terry Brown, Lavern Miller, Bruce Francis, Mick ey Uzendoski, Jerry Sharman, Val Christensen, Chuck Bowman, Morris Mclntyre, John Wragge, John Rice, Dan Boomgaarden, Galen Trosper, Dennis Voichahoske, SEC- OND ROW: Leonard Krzycki, James Kozak, Butch Horacek, Ronald Lesiak, Ron Jacobsen, Terry Grotelueschen, Loren Faaborg, Thomas Lesiak, Darrell Randles, Jack Weller, Larry Grotelueschen, Orville Smith. FIRST ROW: Dave Christensen, Kenny Brown, Jim Voichahoske, Leslie Blair, Kenny DeLancey, Larry Francis, Blaine Cunningham, Forrest Mueller, Roger Wozny, Larry Dubas, Larry Farrar, Danny Meyer, Jon Boomgaarden, Brian Wozny, Mi eBosak, Bonnie Cunningham. s mwmwmam- M , 111-mniuu1: ea: p Y-Teens Adopt Korean ister Mrs. Joe Zaruba, Mrs. Ken Baker, Mrs. Bill Anderson, Mrs. John Akers, Mrs. Leon Dudney, Mrs. William Marshall, Mrs. Claire Underwood, Mrs. Ed Sims, Mrs. Ronald Schlitt, Mrs. Harry Harris, and Mrs. Cecil Baker. The Y-Teens with the aid of their sponsor Mrs. Dolores Flotree adopted a Korean or- phan named Lee Pal Bong. To raise the needed money for Lee's support, the Y-Teens held a talent show and sponsored candy sales and other money raising activities. Other activities of the Y-Teens this year included the annual sleepless slumber party BACK ROW: Sandra Bard, Gerri Boardman, Shirley Hawthorne, Sherry McNeff, Jacque Dudney, Lynda Lucy, Mary Harris, JoEllen Gilson, Bev Knowles, Karen Nelson, Micki Furby, Cheryl Farrar, Sharon Marshall, Linda Aldrich. MIDDLE ROW: Susan Black, Adele Mueller, Jackie Underwood, Lana Cunningham, Joyce Eggi, Carolyn Williams, Sally Zaruba. MIDDLE ROW: Lynda Watters, Rogalyn Russell, Mary Randall, Ruth Russell, Dorothy and a style show for new members. Jackie Underwood, Francis Akers, Sandra Sims, Sharon Marshall, and Treva Baker were the Y-Teen members who attended the summer Y-Teen camp at Camp Merrill. The summer camp this year was made possible by the Y- Teen Council Mothers. Schlitt, Jacque Yetter. FIRST ROW: Carla Baker, Carol Watters, Lana Wondercheck, Phyllis Maybon, Jeanne Anderson, Janett Harris, Nancy Cunningham, Diana Black, Janene Boardman, Pat Schlitt, Diane Schlitt, Kelsey Hudiburgh, Kathy Bordman, Lila Harris, Joyce Tallon. SEATED: Treva Baker, Sandra Sims, Mrs. Flotree, Frances Akers, Lynn Baker. BACK ROW' Jim Bourn, Robert Stopak, Lavern Miller, Grotelueschen, Dan Gilson, Barry Knowles. FIRST ROW: Dean Bard, . Ronald Beaman, Mick Uzendoski, Val Jim Voichahoske, Larry Cunningham, Jerry Horn, Don Christensen, John Wragge. SECOND ROW: John Rice, Johnson, Dave Christensen, LeRoy Dierks. Craig Hudiburg, Butch Horacek, Rodney Stevens, Terry F Club Films Games This Year The F-Club provides an organi- zation for those students who excel in one or more of the three seasonal sports: football, basketball, or track, and meet requirements for admission. The club was created not only to encour- age high school student participation in athletics, but to promote and foster leadership, encourage sportsmanship, and achieve better school spirit. To begin the basketball season, the F- Club again sponsored a Varsity-Faculty scrimmage giving spectators an oppor- tunity to preview the prospective team for the coming season. Coach Grancer, Larry Grotelueschen, vicepres-. identg Kenny Brown, presidentg Morris Mclntyre, s e 1' g e a n t-at-arms, Coach Ehlers, D e n ni s McCoig, secretary-treasurer. Warrior Staff trives For Better Rating This year a well manned staff of six seniors and one junior worked toward the biggest and best annual ever. The WARRIOR took on a new look with a staff-designed cover and the addi- tion of four pages making a total of sixty-four. Annual sales reached an all time high with ninety-seven per cent of the student body pur- chasing yearbooks. The staff members were Roger Wozny, Ed- itorg Frances Akers, Assistant Editorg Marilyn Whitney, Class Editorg Treva Baker, Faculty Editorg Patsy Voichahoske, Layout Editorg Jacque Yetter, Activities Editorg and Don Whitney, Business Manager. The group was guided by the experienced hand of Mr. Robert Hendricks. Patsy, Rog, and Frances try to decide which pictures should go into the annual. They have learned that the photos must be just so in order to be attractively reproduced. Don and Jacque plan an advertising campaign to encourage all students to purchase a WARRIOR. Treva and Marilyn can't see 'how that "horrible" picture could ever go 1n the yearbook. Jerry Sharman . SENIORS Gary Anderson ......... 18 Treva Baker ........ 2,12,17 18,49,51,55,56,58,60,61,63 Dean Bard ....... , . 15,18,39 40,4l,42,43,51,58,59,62 Marc Baue ........ 19,35,37 Diana Black ...... . 10,15,l7 19,49,50,51,52,54,56,57,58,59,60 Janene Boardman .... . 11,l9,46 49,50,5l,52,55,60 Dan Boomgaarden. .... l9,56,58 Kathy Bosak . . l9,52,54,57,59,60 Jim Bourn . ....... l7,18,62 Rose Brezenski ........ 19 Ken Brown ..... 19,34,35,58,62 Terry Brown .... 20,42,57,58,59 Art Delancey . . . . . 20,35,51,35 Larry Dubas . . . ..... 20,53 Diana Eggli . .X ........ 20 Joyce Eggli ..... l5,20,54,60,61 Larry Grotelueschen . . . 20,35,39 40,5l,62 Terry Grotelueschen . . 20,35,46 58,59,62 Janett Harris .... l0,2l,54,6l Shirley Hawthorne . '. . 21,54,60,61 Jerilyn Horacek .... 2l,54,64 Jerry Horn . . . 21,35,49,50,53,62 Ron Jacobsen . . . l2,21,35,39,4l Barry Knowles . . 21,42,43,44,5l,62 James Kozak .... . . . . 21,53 Leonard Krzycki . . 22,46,49,50,53 Pat Lesiak . . l0,22,49,50,52,59,60 Ron Lesiak .... l0,22,49,50,53 Sharon Marshall ..... 22,54,56 59,60,6l Ron Maybon . . .... 17,23 Dennis McCoig .... 22,33,35,62 Morris Mclntyre ..... ll,l2,22 35,36,39,41,42,43,44,62 Sherry McNeff ...... 25,5l,52 54,57,60,61 Adele Mueller ...... 23,52,54 56,57,58,6O,61 Darrell Randles . . . ..... 23 John Rice . . ....... l1,22,33 34,35,36,38,39,41,42,44,62 Rogalyn Russell ...... 23,49,50 54,59,6O,6l Dorothy Schlitt ...... l0,23,49 50,52,54,58,60,6l Sharon Sidders ....... 23,54 Sandra Sims ....... 24,49,50 52,54,6O,61 Rodney Stevens . . . . . 24,35,62 Donna Travers ......... 24 Patsy Voichahoske .... 2,l4,l5 18,49,5O,5l,60,63 Carolyn Williams . . . 24,54,60,6l Don whitney . . ...... 2,18,49 50,51,53,57,63 Marilyn Whitney ..... 24,46,49 50,52,54,57,60,63 Lana Wondercheck .... 12,24,52 54,57,60,6l Roger Wozny ....... 2,10,24 49,53,58,59,63 John Wragge ....... 18,34,35 36,37,39,40,62 Jacque Yetter ....... 2,24,33 46,5l,54,57,59,60,6l,63 JUNIORS Sherrill Anderson ..... 25,54,60 Frances Akers ...... 25,45,46 54,58,59,60,6l,63 Val Christensen ..... l5,25,35 39,4O,46,47,62 Kathy Clark . . . ....... 25 Marcia Cuba ..... 25,52,59,60 Irene Cunningham ..... 25,4l,47 52,54,56,58,60 Student Index Micki Furby ..... 25,52,54,6l Bruce Francis ........ 25,53 Jody Gilson . . 25,5l,54,59,60,61 Pat Govlik ........... 25 Marry Harris ...... 25,54,6l Elizabeth Herdzina ...... 13,25 Craig Hudiburgh ..... 25,35,42 43,44,62 Donald Johnson ..... 25,33,35 39,42,46,47,51,58,62 Beverly Knowles . .... l3,26,47 .55,59,60,6l Lynda Lucy . . . . .... l3,26,45 46,55,58,6O,6l Kathy McNeff ....... 26,46,52 54,56,58,60 Edwin Maslonka .... . . . . 26 Carol Medinger . . . . . . . . 26 Lavern Miller . . 26,35,46,58,59,62 Del Rosenberry .... 26,35,47,54 Diane Schlitt . . 26,46,52,54,59,61 Margaret Shotkoski . . . 26,52,54 Robert Stopak ..... 26,35,42,62 Edward Syslo . . . . .... 15,26 Jeannie Travers . . . . 26,47,,5l 52,56,59 Marlene Travers ....... 26,54 Rebecca Trendle . . . 26,54,58,6O Jacqueline Underwood . . 26,54,59 Larry Cunningham .... l5,25,35 53,62 Bill Crawford .' . l7,25,4O Leonard Dubas . Jacque Dudney . . Cheryl Farrar . . 1.I113,I25,35,46,53 . . . . 25,47,52 54,58,6O,61 . . . l3,25,46 52,54,60,6l 60,61 James Voichahoske . . 15,26,59,62 Dennis Wagner ....... 26,53 Lynda Watters ...... 26,47,55 59,60,6l Ronald Wondercheck . . . 26,40,46 Sharon Zimmer ........26 SOPHOMORES Linda Aldrich ..... 27,59,60,61 Karen Agostine . ........ 16 Carla Baker . .,27,52,54,57,59,61 Lynn Baker . . 27,5l,52,54,59,6O,6l Ronald Beaman ..... 27,35,39 4l,42,56,58,59,62 Francis Bialas ........ 27,53 Diana Bone . . . . . . . . 27,52,60 Dan Bourn ........ 27,39,40 Charles Bowman .... 27,35,39 A 40,42,58,59 John Bruna ......... 27,53 David Christensen .' . . . 27,35,39 4O,41,42,5l,59,62 Bonnie Cunni-ngham . . 27,54,59,6O Jennifer Cunningham .... 27,45 Judy Dickinson Ralph Dickinson LeRoy Dierks . Barbara Francis Larry Francis Judi Frodyma . Dan Gilson . . Theodore Harris Ralph Horacek . James Horn . Paul Kozak . . . Jeanette Lesiak Thomas Lesiak Phyllis Maybon . Theodore Micek 52,54,60 . 28,52,54,56,58 . . . . . . . . 28 . . 28,42,44,53,62 . . . . 12,28,60 . . . . 28,53,57 12,28,52,54,59,60 28,35,39,4O,62 Wayne Gilson . .1 .I ....... 28 . . . . . l5,28,40 . . . . 28,35,36 40,42,51,62 . . . 28,35,53 . . . . . 28 . ..... 28 . .... 28,53 . . . . . l6,28,52 54,58,60,61 . . . . 28,53 Kathleen Miner . I I . . .28,54,60 Forrest Mueller Douglas Nitzel . Thomas Pullen . Karen Rathje . . . . . 29,40,57 29 52 55 Karen Nelson ....... , , 56,58,59,60,6l .......29,53 . .- . . . 29,4O,42 . . . . . . 29 Ruth Russell ..... 29,54,60,61 Orville Smith . . . .... 27,29 . . . . . . 29 Delsa Swanson .... l2,29,54,56 John Swertzic . Mark Syslo . . . Jennifer Tarnick Galen Trosper Mick Uzendoski . . . . l5,29,53 . . . . . . . . 29 . . . l6,29,52,60 . .. 29,35,40 . . . . l5,l6,29 39,40,42 Dennis Voichahoske Jo Ann Voichoske . Riel Whitney . . . . Barbara Wozniak . Catherine Wozny . . .- .... 29 . . 29,42,52,60 . . . 29,53,56 .....29,60 29,52,58,60 Kathieen zaruba . .'i9,52,54,59,6o John Zimmer . . . . . . l7,29,53 Walter Zumbrunn . . 15,29,35,53,54 FRESHMEN Jean Anderson ...... 3O,52,54 57,59,60,6l Sandra Bard . . . 30,52,54,60,6l Susan Black . . .... 30,52,54 56,58,59,60 Leslie Blair ...... 30,35,41,53 James Beck 30 53 Jon Boomgaarden 30141,56,58I59 Richard Bialas .... Michael Bosak . . . Barbara Boardman Gerri Boardman . . . . . . . 30 . . . 30,4l,58 . . . . 30,54,60 . . . 30,52,54 56,60,61 Kathleen Boardman .... 30,54,6l Virgina Clark . . . . . . 30,52 Blaine Cunningham ....... 30 Lana Cunningham .... 15,30,52 54,60,6l Nancy Cunningham ..... 30,52 54,60,6l Barbara Delancey . . . 3O,54,56,60 Kenneth Delancey . . . 1l,3l,35,4l Bettey Dubas . . . . . . 3l,54,58,60 Paftick. Dudek . . . .... 31 Loren Faaborg . . . . 30.35,40 4l,53,57,58 Larry Farrar . . . . . . . 31,53 Judy Fredrickson . . . 3l,51,52 54,57,60 Susan Gilson . . . . . 32,54,60 Linda Hadfield . . . . . . 31,52 54,58,6O Freddie Harris . . Lila- Harris . . . . ..ll31 .'. ' 3l,55,6016l Randy Hawthorne ...... 31,53 Connie Horn . . . Dan,Horn. . . 4 . Russell Horst . . Kelsey Hudiburgh . Catherine J arecke 31525460 1 1 I 31135140153 . . . 31,35,53 3l,52,54,6O,61 . . . 3l,52,60 Patty Jarecke . . . . '. 31,52,54,60 Jeff Keller .... . . 30,35,40,41 Howard Knapp . . . . l5,31,53,57 James Knopik . . . . 15,3l,53 Barbara Kozak .' . . 3l,52,60 Carl Kramer . . . . 3l,41,53 Mary Lesiak . . . Robert Lucy . . . .....31,52 . . . 31,35,41,58 Madalyn McNeff . . . . . 31,52 54,57,59,60 Gary Medinger . . .... 31,53 Danny Meyer . . . . 30,35,40 4l,57,58,59 Cheryl Milby . . -. . 32,52,60 Francis Morgan . Judi Nash .... Cynthia Nevils . . Kathryn Nichols . Roger Pickrel . . Donna Plumbtree . Juanita Prososki . 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